This post is for the makers and creators! The people who like to get out their glue guns and paint and craft something wonderful! All of these Fall DIY projects have been featured here on the blog, but some go way back to 2012! You may remember some of them and some may be new to you!
My challenge to you is to grab your supplies and make one or more of these Fall DIY projects for your home! They are all completely doable for any skill level! For even more fun, pick one of these projects, gather some friends, and craft together!
Top 10 Fall DIY Projects
This wreath is made with real oak leaves! But, you could use any real leaves. The trick to this wreath is to use the leaves when they are not dried out. Then, they will dry on the wreath!
Can you believe these are plastic pumpkins that were bright orange when I purchased them! See how I transformed them in this post!
This one goes way back to the beginning of my blog! But, I still love it! Floating candlelit apples with chestnuts! The photo is pretty self explanatory, but I do give a tip for hollowing out the apple tops to fit the votive candles!
This corn husk wreath was a knock off of a wreath I saw on Anthropologie. I used corn husks from the grocery store! Another fun wreath to make for Fall!
This vintage scaredy cat image on a pillow is one I will bring out year after year!
These watercolor prints are available in my FREE Printable Library and in the post, I explain how to make them into these wall charts!
Another wreath that you can make for fall! One thing I love about all three of the wreaths I’ve shared is that they all use elements from nature! This one uses the leaves and tassels from corn shocks.
This tablecloth is another DIY favorite of mine! I’ve even been asked if I sell it in my Etsy shop! I’m not going into the tablecloth making business, because this project is easy enough for anyone to make their own!
This could be used with the tablecloth above, like I did, or all on it’s own! It’s an easy napkin fold to dress up your Thanksgiving table!
Lastly, I just shared this one a few weeks ago! It’s a DIY dried wheat bundle inspired by a Hearth and Hand by Magnolia wheat bundle I saw at Target.
I hope you enjoyed seeing all of these Fall DIY projects! And, I hope you’ll plan a crafting day soon to make one of more for your home! As always, I love to hear if you do make any of the projects that I share here! If you share your project on social media, please tag me!